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Marietta Kitchen & Hall BathroomTraditional Kitchen, Atlanta

Photos credit of Weidmann Remodeling

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Atlanta with shaker cabinets, dark wood cabinets, multicolored backsplash, stainless steel appliances and black countertops —  Houzz
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concook3 wrote:Sep 12, 2013
  • Jean Strauser
    I meant Dumb idea for the whole stupid narrow pull out cabinet. Not my brilliant fix it solution hahaha.
  • Courtney Elizabeth
    I know this is old, but just confirming that it’s not the greatest idea. If I could redo this kitchen over, I wouldn’t do the spice rack next to the oven. We let our custom cabinet maker talk us into it 4 years ago. And I wish I had found this thread back then.
Beth Kellogg wrote:Aug 25, 2013
  • fernandezhv
    What is the tile color name in this picture?
  • sandyleepark
    I just got mine from Lowe's. Can't wait for the installation. I hope it looks as good as yours when they're finished. Your kitchen is beautiful. I got my dark granite from there as well. It was about 7k for granite. Haven't bought all of the backslashes. I only purchased 1 to see how I'd like it. It was about $12.00 for a panel. What color grout was used with this backsplash tile, do you know/remember??
palma kuykendall wrote:Aug 31, 2015
39mckay wrote:Sep 2, 2013
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    Tile Sensations
    this is a glass and stone blend mosaic. #ShopSmall - let us know if you cannot find teh tile and we will try to help. We work with clients nationwide.
  • E M
    try myknobs.com
Meg Hauss Aguilar wrote:Aug 7, 2013
  • Arman Grigoryan
    I need to buy backsplash tiles for my kitchen. Do you guys have any recommendations where can I buy it from?
  • Maggie Marting
    I also have the same mosaic tile backsplash, I purchased my tile panels at Lowe's, they are a 12"x12" piece, then you purchase the # of pieces you need. Inexpensive too, each panel is only about 10.00. Lowe's will do the install for 299.00 for up to 20 panels I believe I saw, my handyman installed mine.
June Rogers wrote:Mar 21, 2015
  • Jared Carter

    I was also wondering how the heat would affect the spices, but it seems like this wouldn't be much of an issue. Most ovens have gotten really good at containing all of the heat inside to make them more efficient. I'll have to keep this idea in mind if I ever get around to renovating my kitchen. http://www.ptkitchens.com/bath-n-other-rooms

  • architecture+ blake custom design

    what kind of oven is that

marieaw wrote:Jan 14, 2014
  • Annie Khan
    Wow that looking an amazing kitchen. I loved the idea of jar cabinet, it looks beautiful and unique. These fixtures are showing great value, style and quality. Thanks for sharing the picture of the awesome kitchen that is giving the ideas to decorate my kitchen.
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling
    The cabinets are made of Alder, which we had built by a local cabinet company.
dalissa1 wrote:Aug 14, 2013
  • 12584
    M.ishaq like his house
  • Tim Furey
    What granite is this?
Stacy Brodsky wrote:Oct 28, 2013
fedajazi wrote:Sep 21, 2013
  • marieaw
    what kind of wood is this?
  • jrhutch
    i spoke to the contractor, Dan...what a great guy! so kind and helpful! i would definitely recommend contacting him if you are in his area (we are not). he said the wood is called "alder" but they aren't using it as much anymore because it damages easily. beautiful tho!
kerrywilcox wrote:Aug 26, 2013
  • ubergirl
    What kind of granite is that? And the name of the Daltile mosaic blend? I've been having a tough time finding something to go with my Blue Volga granite counters and cherry cabs.
    Thanks very much!
Chrysanthi Pirperis wrote:Aug 15, 2013
  • ongii
    זה פשוט מהממם !!!!!!
  • sandyleepark
    too much, too busy for my liking. Makes me dizzy.
ginger070 wrote:Aug 12, 2013
  • doltman
    How did you get it so that the granite does not project past the slanted front of the range? Our contractor is telling us that we will have that problem because the range sits back from the front of the countertop.
  • laurasaintsing
    The edge of your granite has an overhang that is typically 1-1/2" from the face frame of your cabinets. The stove specs will indicate the maximum overhang of you countertops to allow for the reveal that you want. The countertop should not protrude past the stove if the overhang is cut correctly.
cmrelyea wrote:Aug 12, 2013
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    Weidmann Remodeling
    The custom cabinets are made out of Alder, with a custom stain color.
  • Donna Leonetti

    What is the name of the backsplash tile?

alphun wrote:Aug 4, 2013
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling
    We use entirely custom cabinets from a company called Timberland Cabinets in Jasper, GA.
  • doltman
    What edge is that on the granite?
Sally Gaziano wrote:Mar 6, 2016
  • trolauemicol
    I got the same tile at Home Depot, two years ago. It's pretty, but it was awful to clean up after grout was applied. It's glass and stone together and the grout stuck to the crevices on the surface of the tile. Not a good one for a DIY project, unless you are experienced or don't mind using dental de scaler tools to pick all the dried in grout of the crevices of the stone
  • trolauemicol
    This picture was before using the dental de scaler tools. My suggestion, get a nice classic subway tile.
jackhawkins1984 wrote:May 14, 2014
  • Ira Kelson

    Looking at the far cabinet with the hidden door at the end of the picture. How deep is that cabinet?

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    Weidmann Remodeling

    The tall cabinet in the corner is 18" deep.

Catie Bly wrote:Mar 1, 2014
melissamichiels wrote:Aug 11, 2013
  • nathanwalker55
    I love the christian home decor feel that this home has. I also like the great slide out cabinets.
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moms_got3 wrote:Aug 4, 2016
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling

    Appreciate the concern. The comment has been made numerous times in connection with the picture. If you go back through the comment history, you will see an industry professional's response that explains why it is a non-issue. In brief: the range is designed to dissipate heat out the front and is well insulated around the back and sides, to avoid heat transfer to abutting surfaces. Added insulation is provided by the solid wood sides of the cabinet itself. In practice, the side of the range does not heat up and, thus, the spices are not affected.

  • Bruce Crawford

    Re spice racks & oven, we don't have a range, instead an high-BTU rangetop on island plus wall ovens. My wife had choice of vertical spice racks bracing rangetop as shown at top or wooden inserts in top drawers. She opted for former. She wanted the drawers for cooking utensils. She loves set-up. Deep drawers below rangetop for cookware, spices at the ready & utensils less than arm's reach away. It helps keep island countertop open for work in progress w/o having to move things around to clear work surface. She's had hip replacement surgery & retrieving spices hasn't been an issue.

Toni wrote:Aug 4, 2015
  • Breeze777
    The stove is made by LG.
  • Linda
    Disagree with person who named make on stove. Looks like a KitchenAid.
librazen wrote:Apr 17, 2015
  • alisrakin
    I do. And I cook a lot! Some of don't have a choice due to space constraints of our kitchen.
  • gregcols
    Most ovens are pretty well insulated. Plus thick piece of wood between spices and stove. Should be fine!!
nathanhack wrote:Jan 12, 2014
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    Morgan Moskal
    Kitchen Aid. Standard size 30"
  • turangaleela
    The heat of the oven would be bad for spice storage. Rethink the placement of those awesome shelves before installing.
tessutodesigns wrote:Aug 14, 2013
jrranches wrote:Aug 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling
    The cabinets are made of Alder, with a custom stain on them.
  • Janis
    what a great idea for spices
colleencompas24 wrote:Mar 6, 2016
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling

    The backsplash is Slate Radiance Flint Mosaic from Dal Tile.

sport727 wrote:Mar 3, 2016
  • Chad E Fellers
    It appears to be dark walnut.. or expresso
dagwoodandblondie_1 wrote:Oct 13, 2015
  • Linda
    Any custom cabinet maker can do those spice slide-outs. Just remodeled my kitchen and had the guy put one slide in. It's great. Would recommend add to a kitchen remodel.
puertoescondido wrote:Oct 2, 2015
redwing5535 wrote:Sep 23, 2015
  • Priscilla Martinez
    This looks similar to the granite we just got installed called Butterfly Verde. It has a green tint. Hope this helps
judithann wrote:Sep 20, 2015
mamarecal wrote:Jan 22, 2015
  • jessstutz
    I would also like to know where this backsplash is available at?
Sharon Chance wrote:Sep 19, 2014
  • Kat Ancheta
    I don't think so. I have a red door in front and the original walnut brown on the inside.
mncjones wrote:Jun 6, 2014
  • PRO
    Weidmann Remodeling
    The pull-out racks are made by Rev-A-Shelf and were installed by Timberland Cabinets located in metro Atlanta.
rgnable wrote:Nov 19, 2013
  • p4nth3rs
    Good idea for Brian.
father4 wrote:Aug 30, 2013
  • mnurse12
    me too! We are moving in in the spring.
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                                            What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                            mitchell_parker
                                            Mitchell Parker added this to The 25 Most Popular Photos Added to Houzz in 2013Dec 5, 2013

                                            15. Functionality is something almost every homeowner wants, and these two spice racks deliver that. While some worry about the effect of heat on the spices, designer and builder Weidmann Remodeling says a well-insulated cavity surrounding the KitchenAid range and a high-quality cabinet box prevent damage from heat exposure. But the clever solution here isn’t the only thing Houzz users responded to. The custom alder cabinets, from Timberland Cabinets, the Verde Butterfly granite countertops and the Daltile mosaic backsplash complete the beautiful design.

                                            What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                            bridget_colleen91
                                            Bridget Colleen added this to Kitchen4 days ago

                                            With natural stone backsplash -b

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